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ob Word Family Poem of the Week. Practice important phonics concepts and build fluency with original weekly word family poems! Observation is an engaging original poem with week long lesson plan and coordinating activities for the -ob word family.=====================================================
This is using the Poem "The Elephant" by John Godfrey Saxe to guide students to realize the importance of careful observation. It included illustrated poem and discussion questions. This contains a zip file that has a PowerPoint slideshow as well as a .pdf file of poem and questions.
One segment of semester long-unit. Other segments are included under Seeing The World Through Different Eyes demo attached. Seeing The World Through Different Eyes This semester long-unit covers sensory comprehension, arts, language art, and social-emotional skill development through numerous act
One segment of semester long-unit. Other segments are included under Seeing The World Through Different Eyes demo attached. Seeing The World Through Different Eyes This semester long-unit covers sensory comprehension, arts, language art, and social-emotional skill development through numerous act
FORMAT PDF and Word format Word 1997-2003 and 2010 compatible *Please contact me if you have trouble with these formats* OVERVIEW Some people have difficulty writing poetry. Others find it naturally flows forth. This assignment will help those who struggle with writing poetry to develop ideas, a
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Now with figurative language examples and literary response exemplar!Enjoy the 12 culturally relevant spoken word performances while keeping track of literary devices, presentation techniques and themes.This easy-to-use checklist, reflection and 12 suggested poems are perfect for introducing poetry,
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Science Poems are a great way to integrate science instruction with your literacy instruction. Reading these poems with your students will stimulate their interest in science, introduce vocabulary, and increase understanding of science concepts. Teachers can use the poems to teach phonemic awarenes
Socratic seminar is an excellent and engaging way for students to practice higher order thinking skills. This 56-slide PowerPoint resource with printables is a Socratic seminar featuring the poem “Mother to Son” by Langston Hughes. The resource includes a well-organized protocol for conducting a for
Socratic seminar is an excellent and engaging way for students to practice higher order thinking skills. This 62-slide PowerPoint resource with printables is a Socratic seminar featuring the poem “Annabel Lee” by Edgar Allan Poe. The resource includes a well-organized protocol for conducting a forma
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PLANT ACTIVITIES TASK CARD Collection Growing and Watching Plants and Seeds This lively collection of plant and seed activities will involve and challenge students in the exciting discovery of the plant world through observing, experimenting, and creating. . . . GREAT SCIENCE FAIR IDEASPLEASE DOWNL
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Groundhog Day offers teachers an opportunity to explore a variety of science topics including weather, seasons, animal adaptations, and shadows. This original poem and the accompanying activities will help you to engage students in science and literacy. This packet includes: * Good Morning, Little
I used this activity for my observation lesson one year and it was a hit for my students and my observers! Being that the overarching theme for our Holocaust unit is for kids to see how the victims used art and writing to endure what they were going through, the activity worked perfectly! The activi
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Students are fascinated by the Harlem Renaissance as the time when Black Americans established a platform for their voices to be heard. The foremost writer of the time was Langston Hughes. Hughes’ poetry style and message portrayed the plight of Black Americans and brought attention to the injustice
This includes a journal for students to complete when studying the lifecycle of a frog and butterfly. It includes a graphic for them to record the different stages of the life cycle, a fun poem to help them remember each stage, a fun facts page and a page to record their observations as they watch
The Ladybug Observation Journal is a perfect way for students to record their observations of the life cycle of a ladybug in your classroom. Children will observe and describe the stages of ladybug development over the course of three weeks. They will also name the four stages of development by cu
This is a fun unit to help you plan your own "Earthworm Day". I always use this in conjunction with other Earth Day activities. This 32 page unit includes: -Materials list and recording sheet for Observation activity -Worksheets for creating earthworm similes and acrostic poems -Resources list -E
A Great Plan for a Teacher Observation! Written by: Carolyn Sellars & Julia Hanley The purpose of this lesson is to provide an introduction to the parts of a paragraph, but in a poem format. It also provides a model that students can use to demonstrate their knowledge of facts about any topic.
These catchy poems help students to easily learn coins & their values. Students will also use their observations skills to distinguish differences between between coins.
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Using marshmallow Peeps is a creative way to motivate and engage your students when writing poetry. So, grab a box of sugary, colorful marshmallow sweets and pair it with the templates in this download for a fun writing experience. This poetry activity is centered around the Peeps marshmallow ca
A fun activity to help students identify a statement as an observation, inference, or prediction. Play it as a game or use the science process skill to classify the statements which are color-coded for self-check. This activity is just one of many that are available on an entire presentation, Scien
Graduation poem for tweens and teens narrated from the educator's perspective. On a personal note, I read this to my Grade Eight graduates based on a year of interesting behavioural observations. Here is what I said before reading the poem: Through my experiences as the student success teacher - a
Based on a philosophy that the academic study of (and enjoyment of) poetry in the Literature classroom is enriched by decelerated observation, reading aloud, re-reading, and opportunities for students to respond personally and creatively to poetic work, The Patience Project guides students through 5
This is an intro activity to WW1. Students view images of WW1 and create short "found" poems. Students view 4 photos and record their connections and descriptions using this form. They will share observations in groups and then combine to create a poem. A rubric is included. The "WW1 Found Poem Pow
Students Assignment: Creatively illustrate and annotate a poem of your choice from one of the class poetry packages. (All course poetry packages are free on my other listings here) I give examples of the annotated work. Include: Your choice of thoughts, definitions, observations etc. on words, p

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